[Histonet] Black Walnut stains
Rittman, Barry R
Barry.R.Rittman <@t> uth.tmc.edu
Tue Sep 12 07:26:40 CDT 2006
I have found nothing that will get rid of the black WALNUT STAINS.
Similar stains from the husks of pecans. Just have o let it wear off.
It is embarrassing as it gets under finger nails and looks as if you
hav'nt cleaned your nails properly.
You may want to go a step further and create a design with the juice and
say that it is henna stain.
From: histonet-bounces <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu
[mailto:histonet-bounces <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu] On Behalf Of Susan
Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2006 2:27 AM
Subject: [Histonet] Black Walnut stains
OFF SUBJECT BUT I NEED HELP.
Guys, I need some help...
Yesterday I decided to peel and clean some Black Walnuts to plant later.
I've never done this before....My walnut trees came from my
place years ago, where the trees grow wild in the mountains. When the
which look like hard green apples, fell from the trees he peeled the
hard outer cover then cleaned and polish the inner nut(taste great)...We
were there one Christmas and took several nuts home, planted them, and
have several beautiful big shade trees. After all these years I decided
needed more trees(lost several oaks) and I wanted to replace the oaks
the walnuts...........Sooooooo since they are falling now, a collected
several and started the hard job of peeling.....Under that green outer
you fine a light color(yellow-green) meat covering the nut.....I had
a few when I saw that my hands were dirty....Well, it wasn't
the clear juice coming from that meat turns brown-dark brown after a
while.....I have tried everything and nothing will touch it.......Surely
someone out there knows what to do!!!! HELP!!!!!
Susan, who should of wore gloves,but who knew.
ohenry <@t> dfw.net
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